Inishmore, off Ireland’s west coast, is one of the three Aran Islands, where most natives speak both Gaelic and Irish. In addition to the prevalence of Celtic culture, Inishmore is known for its grey limestone landscape, which ends in a rock wall at the sea’s edge. (Sam Abell/National Geographic Stock)

Awesome Coast of #Ireland

Dingle, Ireland. Once described by the National Geographic Traveler as “the most beautiful place on earth”

Dunluce Castle and coast (Portrush in background) Ireland

Seven Churches - Aran Islands, County Galway / Ireland

The Stunning Coast of Ireland

gaelic celtic alphabet

Sea Cliffs, Cionn Mhálanna, Ireland

Guinness Brewery * Dublin

Northern Ireland

The Mourne Mountains, Northern Ireland

Dun Briste Seastack at Downpatrick Head, Ireland

Ancient Church. Ireland.

Balbriggan (#Ireland) - The Railway Bridge

Chimney stacks on Giants Causeway coast, Northern Ireland

Celtic winter

Ballybunion Castle, Ireland

Donegal, Ireland

Ireland

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In modern usage, a céilidh or ceilidh is a traditional Gaelic social gathering, which usually involves playing Gaelic folk music and dancing. It originated in Ireland and Scotland, but is now common throughout the Irish and Scottish diasporas. In Scottish Gaelic it is spelt cèilidh and in Irish it is spelt céilí.